A spring greeting at the front door
Fresh, lush or formal... Let the colours and style of the pot by your front door set the tone, and provide a little narrative about the house’s residents and their personalities
The form and style of pots and bases are a large part of the message when you offer a welcome to the new season at the front door with colourful harbingers of spring.
The variety of violets
The violet or pansy is a sure sign of spring, and right now the many diverse types and colours of violet are adorning the shops, making your fingers itch to get started on the spring planting at home.
With such a wide selection, you can be sure of finding the perfect plant to match exactly the mood and style you would like to project at your front door.
Fresh and modern with bright colours
A fresh and modern style will often find expression in bold bright colours that provide beautiful contrasts and emphasise the natural shades of the flowers.
Romance and edge
The romantic type will often choose pots with round, soft shapes that convey a lush and feminine look, while the minimalist typically prefers a more cubistic, formal style that brings edge and character to the spring floral arrangement.
So find the pot or pots that you feel best match you and your style, and give your front doorstep a personal touch this spring.
Viola x wittrockiana
Always keep the compost moist, thrives best in a bright position, but does not tolerate direct sunlight.
Always keep the compost moist, thrives best in a bright position, but does not tolerate direct sunlight. Winter-hardy.
Keep the compost moist, thrives best in direct sunlight. Winter-hardy.
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